Needle and Thread's rainbow skirt is THE skirt that everyone is talking about right now. If you are a lover of all things unicorn and fairy-tale, this candy floss-style number is for you. The skirt is the perfect ethereal mix of delicate tulle, romantic frills, and a pastel palette of rainbow colours with a smattering of sequins. This frothy delight really is the skirt of dreams and the midi, contemporary length makes it the perfect separate to wear with a dressed down sweatshirt or t-shirt, or you could add a pretty camisole and high heels for a glammed-up, super pretty finish. The £225 skirt has been worn by some of our favourite celebrities, and we predict a mass sell out.
Rita Ora looked stunning in the statement skirt
Rita Ora stepped out in London on Thursday afternoon, looking too-cool-for-school in the tulle design which she totally made her own. Adding fashion's most unlikely trend of Dad trainers, a bum bag, a collection of gold chains and the brand’s stunning Goddess of The Rainbow top, she gave the pastel-toned look an edgy finish.
Rosanna wore the skirt the day after her unicorn wedding (@rosannafalconer)
Rosanna Falconer, the oh-so-fashionable brand consultant for Matthew Williamson, who recently had the wedding of dreams in the Cotswolds has also worn the popular skirt. On the day after saying 'I do', the new wife of George Ryan wore the rainbow skirt, which she teamed with a grey cardigan baring her new surname. She completed the look with a pair of Superga trainers.
Rosie Fortescue wore the skirt in January
In January, former Made In Chelsea star turned fashion influencer Rosie Fortescue was ahead of the trend and was the first to wear the jazzy number. In perfect blogger-girl mode, she stood in front of a coordinating mint green wall as she posed for her #ootd, and alsowore the company's sweatshirt version of the 'Goddess of the Rainbow' top. The sweatshirt is embroidered with lettering and makes a great contrast against the dark graphite shade.
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